Even with the increasing production of online magazines, newspapers, textbooks, and other publications, paper is still everywhere. Many people in the U.S. are conscious enough to recycle sometimes, but the problem of paper waste in America is still much more prevalent than most people know. This infographic contains many statistics that might surprise you about paper waste in the U.S.
Source: Pure Energies
Everyone has experienced the effect of the changes of the price of oil. Most notably this takes the form of a change in gas prices. But if oil disappeared we’d have a lot more to worry about than not being able to fuel our cars. This infographic sheds some light on how much we actually depend on oil every day.
Source: Sea Metrics
When people think of water shortages, they usually think of third-world countries or natural disasters. However, by 2025, we may think of water shortages as a global epidemic. This infographic shows how the growth of industry and the world’s population could result in disastrous circumstance due to water shortages.